Jackson native Tony Dungy and Comcast Executive Vice President David Cohen visited the Middle School at Parkside to introduce “Internet Essentials”. Internet Essentials is the nation’s largest and most comprehensive broadband adoption program designed to expand internet access among low-income households. Comcast and Tony Dungy shared success stories of several Michigan families that have benefited from the program, and gave away notebook computers to several deserving Parkside students. Dungy also announced a Comcast Foundation gift of $25,000 to upgrade the Dungy Media Lounge at the Martin Luther King, Jr. Center. Guests on today’s show: United Way Executive Director Ken Toll with Energizing Education’s Kriss Giannetti and donor Bernard Levy; “Respect the Flags” presentation at Townsend Elementary School; Hayes State Park Manager Jim O’Brien and Walker Tavern historian Laurie Perkins; Coffee Talk with Robert Ernst; Harriet A. Myer BPW’s Therese Hesslau and Kate Keersmaekers.